LMSA National Conference Poster Registration and Abstract Submission
IMPORTANT: Please fill out this form to register for the Research Forum. We will notify you if your abstract has been accepted on the following 1st or 15th of every month starting February 1st. Once accepted, we will contact you with further information about poster requirements and forum logistics. Remember you must be registered for the Conference in order to participate in the research forum so please register here:
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Have you registered for the LMSA National Conference?
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High School Student
Year of Expected Graduation
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Please list your current Medical, Graduate, or undergraduate institution
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Please specify the category(s) that best describes your research
Health Policy & Advocacy
Social and Behavioral Sciences and Public Health
Enter all authors associated with the abstract in the following order: presenting student (underlined), research mentor, and then additional coauthors. An abstract must contain at least two authors in the author block.
Please paste your Abstract below. Accepted abstracts must contain (1) at least two authors in the author block, (2) a hypothesis or statement about the problem under investigation, (3) a statement of the experimental methods/methodology used, (4) essential results provided in summary form (even if preliminary), and (5) a conclusion. The abstract is limited to 500 words.
Would you like your abstract to be published in the Journal of the LMSA?
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